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Pfennig

A division of the deutschemark. One mark was divided into 100 pfennigs. While the mark no longer circulates, pfennig remains the slang term for euro cents in Germany.
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Pfennigs faces second-seeded Matthew Valenti of Penn.
Auslese, a premium brand from Melitta was 30 pfennigs lower than Albrecht, Aldi's coffee brand.
Within a few hours of the announcement, the dollar moved up about four pfennigs against the mark, as Swedish and other Scandinavian entities rushed to adjust the currency composition of their liabilities to that of the ECU by purchasing dollars to repay dollar-denominated liabilities.
Gardner, a junior, will be joined at nationals by Pac-10 champions Jeremy Larson (174) and Ty Watterson (heavyweight), along with Eric Stevenson (125), Bobby Pfennigs (133), Derek Kipperberg (149) and Kyle Bressler (184).
The proposal is for fuel with a sulphur content (petrol and diesel) of over 50 ppm to be increased by 3 pfennigs per litre as from November 1, 2001.
On an average, coffee drinkers have had to accept increases of 30 to 50 pfennigs per pound of coffee.
Altogether, in the last two days of the period, the dollar fell nearly 8 pfennigs against the mark, or almost 5 percent, before subsequently stabilizing.
Also reaching the finals were OSU's Derek Kipperberg (149 pounds), Bobby Pfennigs (133) and Eric Stevenson (125).
But aginst the German mark yesterday, sterling lost more than three pfennigs - a full percentage point to finish at 3.
Regulierungsbehoerde chief Klaus-Dieter Scheurle said that, in the wake of this decision, all ISPs, including T-Online, can charge their customers an internet access fee, bundled in with the phone charge itself, of 6 pfennigs (3 cents) per minute.
Eric Stevenson (125-pound class), Bobby Pfennigs (133), Derek Kipperberg (149), Jeremy Larson (174) and Ty Watterson (275) will wrestle for championships today for Oregon State.
In the event, sterling followed the sharply stronger dollar upwards, gaining the equivalent of four pfennigs against the German mark.